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Politics+Society

VOICES
True crime on her mind
Published Fall 2019
Rachel Monroe's new book explores women's infatuation with murder stories through the lens of her own obsessions / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Interview
Talking with Narges Bajoghli
Published Fall 2019
The anthropologist, filmmaker, and writer discusses her debut book, an inside look on being pro-regime in Iran / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nonfiction
Review: Narges Bajoghi's 'Iran Reframed'
Published Fall 2019
This vital work of media scholarship explores how the Iranian regime communicates with the public—and the stories that emerge from propaganda / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alum Kelly Harper named Washington, D.C.'s teacher of the year
Published Fall 2019
For Kelly Harper, education is a hands-on way of dismantling the school-to-prison-pipeline / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Education
Knock knock, teacher here
Published Fall 2019
Home visiting program shown to improve school attendance and standardized test scores for elementary and middle schoolers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Photography
Photographing America's back row
Published Fall 2019
In his book 'Dignity,' photographer Chris Arnade reckons with the decades of racism and economic forces that shaped the U.S. and its communities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mohammad Modarres is building a bigger community table
Published Fall 2019
Mohammad Modarres wants to bridge the gap between kosher and halal foods and bring people together in the process / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Urban policy
Data science in the city
Published Aug 29, 2019
Hopkins hosts symposium on how research and data can drive solutions to pervasive urban problems
JHU Press
Project MUSE provides free access to gun violence research
Published Aug 15, 2019
In wake of recent mass shootings in California, Texas, and Ohio, Project MUSE team assembles resources on understanding and preventing gun violence
Center for American Indian Health expands to Upper Midwest
Published Aug 15, 2019
With launch of Great Lakes hub in Minnesota, center now reaches more than 125 tribal communities in 20 states